Andres Muskieti, director of the upcoming film “The Flash”, drove fans crazy on Friday with a brief look at the return of Michael Keaton as Batman.
The director of DC Extended Universe opened his Instagram to share a new photo of Keaton’s classic Batman costume. The photo, which follows several others that Musketeers tease about the film, shows the iconic black-and-yellow symbol on Batman’s chest with a few drops of blood on it.
Muschietti was tailored to the details and did not present an inscription, which led several of his followers and fans of the franchise to judge.
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“Brave, brave …” one Instagram user responded.
“I’m so excited about this movie, you have no idea !! 2022 can’t come fast enough,” said another with multiple emoticons.
“Now you’re just annoying us,” said another.
“That’s how you make an entrance,” one man responded.
Keaton’s participation in the direction of Muschietti DC Comics superhero movie was confirmed by his talent agency, ICM Partners, in April.
Muschietti confirmed that production began in London in an Instagram post in April. Keaton first played Caped Crusader in Tim Burton’s 1989 hit “Batman,” and then again in the 1992 film “Batman Returns.”
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Ezra Miller will reprise her role as Barry Allen / Lightning. His fans were featured in the Justice League in 2017. Sasha Kale, best known for “The Young and the Troubled”, will play Super Girl.
Back in December, the 69-year-old Keaton left fans worried after he said Deadline he was concerned about the safety of COVID-19 and said he might not make the film.
“To be honest with you, you know what worries me more than anything in all this stuff? It’s COVID,” Keaton said at the time. “I’m more concerned. I’m more concerned about the situation with COVID in the UK than anything. It’s going to determine everything and that’s why I live out of town here on 17 acres, I keep away from everyone because the COVID thing worries me. So, this is my first thing about all the projects. I watch it and I leave, will this thing literally kill me? And you know, if it doesn’t, then we’ll talk. “
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Per The Wrap, the film “The Flash” will introduce fans to “the idea of the multiverse, one of the main concepts underlying DC Comics”, and will allow “several different versions of the same characters to exist simultaneously and from the time of time to interact. “
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Keaton’s version of Batman will not affect Matt Reeves’ filmThe Batman,” Starring Robert Pattinson, which is also filmed in the UK
“The Flash” is due out on November 4, 2022.